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Brighton
Saturday, May 21, 2022
In February, the council allocated £75,000 to develop a new cycling and walking plan for Brighton. and Hove. The plan will aim to improve walking and cycling networks in Brighton and link enhance the links to surrounding areas, including the South Downs. The council claim that further benefits of the...
Sat atop one of Brighton's busiest roads is the hustling and bustling hub that is Brighton Railway Station. We come in and out of it, sometimes on a daily basis, but how much do we know about the hectic station? 1. It was built in 1840 and initially only connected...
Laurie Graduated from Kingston last Summer and has been working on a range exciting projects since. He has come back to Brighton, which he described as a good liberal foundation for his creativity "its such a liberal place that I’m constantly with people who are interested in social change...
Brighton's pub scene is one steeped in history, but two neighbouring pubs appear to have a little competition over who has the most history. The Black Lion and The Cricketers Pub, both on Black Lion Street, have both been reported as being the oldest pub in Brighton - but who takes...
The coronavirus pandemic has gone hand-in-hand with considerable democratic backsliding. According to a new study, democratic freedoms were undermined in 83 countries from March to September 2020. This should concern all of us. Oversight and accountability during the COVID-19 pandemic are essential for both the public and democratic health...
The fun and fashion that is a part of the Australian Spring Racing Carnival is a wonderful experience. Being able to blend this frivolity with your own unique creativity is a special way that one can experience a day at the races while proudly wearing a key wardrobe element...
Today it was revealed that St. Mary's Church in the parish of Kemp Town would be the beneficiaries of a £40,000 windfall from the National Churches Trust, which will be used to preserve and restore the iconic building. An incredibly historic site, St. Mary's Church in its current form was consecrated...
We spoke to AudioActive's project manager, Tom Hines, about their huge campaign to provide new, improved facilities and equipment where young people are considered artists. Brighton and Hove is a vibrant hub of culture where artistic endeavours are cherished and nurtured from a young age. Although not all young people...
East, a “play of boundless vitality and a roller-coaster invention of poetic violence and excitement” is coming to The Emporium in Brighton! East, by Steven Berkoff, is a verse play that was first premiered at the Edinburgh Festival in 1975 and has since won the Stage Award for Best Ensemble...
BalletBoyz are back and head to Theatre Royal Brighton on 18 September with two fresh and exciting works, Them/Us. BalletBoyz are known worldwide for their ground breaking live performances, films and TV appearances. Having created numerous documentaries and Channel 4 short films, this performing arts company aim to inspire and...